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Talking with People IRL About Complete Streets

A powerful tool is back in our arsenal as we work together to make biking, walking, and transit safe and accessible across New Orleans: face-to-face conversations. Can you join us for a door-to-door canvass this coming Wednesday June 2nd on Gentilly Blvd, from 4 – 630pm? Or the following week on Saturday June 12th in the 7th Ward and St. Roch neighborhoods…

Full Faith Gospel Church Bike, Walk, and Run Event May 22

On Behalf of Faith Full Gospel Baptist Church, Pastor Christopher Sylvain and First Lady Elder Cynthia Sylvain, I would like to thank New Orleans Complete Streets/Bike Easy for selecting us as a recipient of a Complete Streets Activation Mini-Grant. We were so excited to host our 1st walk, run, bike event Saturday May 22, 2021 to help bring awareness to…

The Phoenix Bar – In support of Complete Streets

Tracy Deroche, owner of the Phoenix Bar on Elysian Fields, sat down with the New Orleans Complete Streets Coalition to share why he supports safe streets for all road users, how his business has benefited from the new protected bike lanes on Elysian Fields, and his hopes to see safety improve in the future. The Phoenix Bar sits on the…

Check Out the Algiers Bikeways Before & After Photos

We’re so excited about the new bikeway infrastructure being built out in Algiers!  Check out these before and after photos highlighting the new protected bikeways, pedestrian crossings and roadway improvements. Holiday Dr. at Wall Blvd.   Lawrence (Behrman Park trail)     Lawrence Street   Wall Blvd. at Murl Street   Newton Street at Arthur Monday Center Plus, a few…

Our Media Campaign for Complete Streets is LIVE

To grow New Orleans’ movement for more safety and less stress on our streets, we need to reach beyond our inner circles, way beyond. Almost every neighborhood in New Orleans will receive street safety and accessibility infrastructure as part of the Moving New Orleans Bikes plan, so we need to make sure that people from every neighborhood are brought into…